With 1.9 million new restaurant jobs projected by the year 2018, it is no wonder why a career in the hospitality business is such a popular choice. Or why so many persons want to know how to write an effective resume; to nab hotel or restaurant management jobs, food preparation positions, or restaurant server jobs.
When looking for a new job, something that causes anxiety in nearly everyone – regardless how qualified they are for the position – is the job interview process. This 3-step article offers preparing for the interview tips; serving as a self confidence booster to help you put your best foot forward!
If you think that job interviews are an art rather than a science you’re not alone – most interviewers would agree.However, a different kind of assessment, the competency-based interview, is becoming increasingly popular because many think it’s more accurate and reliable than the traditional job interview we all know and love.
Something extremely important for job seekers to keep in mind when interviewing for any position at any level within a company are their behaviors and their manners. It is vital that job seekers put their best foot forward when they are interviewing for jobs. Some executive level people may refuse to fill out an application form when
I was remembering this weekend when I was hunting for a job years ago and wasn’t that confident in myself. I was sitting in the lobby of a company and they were doing back to back interviews. Because they were back to back interviews, I knew that the people interviewing candidates would be tired and
One thing that some people will put on their resume is use the type of job they had like Accounting or Finance for their job title instead of their actual job title while creating the section for their work experience. The problem with this is that your department doesn’t say what level you are at
You’ve ended up with a job interview, congratulations, you now have a chance to charm a prospective employer face-to-face. Job interview is the most essential task within the employment seeking course of action. Employment interviewing by no means appears to get any simpler – even if you go on much more job interviews than you
So, you are one of those who want to build a career and has several interviews to face in the coming months till you bag the best offer. Straightly, I will pour it out that the interview session is more than just questions and answers as we all know and the importance of equipping yourself
If you just had a job interview, the worst thing you could do is wait for a call back without doing a follow-up. With so many people being unemployed, the job market is more competitive. This means you have to do more to make yourself memorable to employers. In order to help in this process,
Interviews are always pretty difficult. You’re nervous. You don’t have a lot of personal space. You’re forced to answer multiple questions back to back with no time to rest. And your whole professional future seems to depend on this one tiny thing. Terrifying! So it’s easy to understand why so many interviewees depend on cliches
For members of the jobless tribe, good impressions are becoming tougher to make during interviews. My advice isn’t the kind found in the slew of available career guides. Mine is an anthropological perspective. The subject of my study is that daunting hump in the interview process: the Untrained Interviewer.
You’ve sent your resume to numerous employers for account-management roles. The phone rings, and you have an in-person interview for a sales role at a top company. First, congratulations on your upcoming interview. More importantly, in this competitive environment, how do you prepare? Every day I coach candidates on techniques to help them ace their
When we talk about “negotiating”, most of us think that there is always a financial factor involved. That’s true, but there is something more: respect and value. The fact that we might not have the seniority/experience does not mean our ideas are not good. Did Mark Zuckerberg have 10 years of experience when he created
Save Time During the Hiring Process by Spotting Red Flags Early Find the Right Candidate Today’s job market is very tight with many more job hunters than available jobs. For businesses, the good news is it’s a buyer’s market. But at the same time, it can be overwhelming to sift through the mountain of resumes